Midland Memorials

A memorial plays an important role for those left behind and future generations to come.

It is a place of focus. A place to reflect. A place to visit. A fitting tribute and a site of import for future generations.

A memorial should be genuinely special. Whether a big plaque or a small plaque, a seat, a tree, a rock; the range of memorials available at metropolitan cemeteries is as diverse as the community for whom memorial gardens are established to serve.

Memorials selection appointments are complimentary and involve a short visit to the cemetery grounds with one of our staff members who will assist in locating a preferred memorial and will then guide you through finalising the inscription (i.e. wording) for the plaque. Prior to the appointment, many families have found visiting the cemetery or memorial park and having a wander through the grounds to be beneficial, as is having read the Memorial Selection Guide below. By doing this you will be able to advise our staff of your preferences. Please contact our offices to arrange a time for a selection appointment. We recommend allowing approximately one hour for your appointment. Most families prefer to send several family members to their selection appointment and we welcome this.

There is a wide range of memorial options available at Midland Cemetery. All memorial areas are non-denominational and the following options are available in areas such as Jarrah Walk and Swan View. Please refer to Midland Memorial Products Map for memorial options available in each location of Midland Cemetery.

Jarrah Walk memorial plaques at Midland Cemetery

Garden Ground Niche

The Garden Ground Niche is a larger size memorial that has been a popular memorialisation choice for many families, and is available in a variety of gardens at Midland Cemetery. Memorial plaques are generally set along the edges of native garden beds.
Memorial Wall at Midland Cemetery

Reflection Walls

Nestled within the bushland of Jarrah Walk at Midland Cemetery, the limestone Reflection Wall offers the peaceful surrounds of the Australian Bush in which to commemorate a loved one.
Tree of Life memorial at Midland Cemetery

Tree of Life

Hand carved from the finest granite, the Tree of Life supports a number of bronze leaves each of which provides a heartfelt way to commemorate the life of a loved one within the native garden setting of Midland Cemetery.

Commemorating Lives Lived

A comprehensive guide of memorial options available at Karrakatta, Fremantle, Midland, Guildford Cemeteries and Pinnaroo Valley and Rockingham Regional Memorial Parks.


burial section at Midland Cemetery
Jarrah Walk memorial plaques at Midland Cemetery
external photo of Midland Mausoleum